It's colder up at altitude, and JetBlue wants to give travelers as authentic an experience as possible -- or at least that's a possible explanation for why the airline will be offering its passengers Coolhaus ice cream. Regardless of the reasoning, JetBlue will indeed be offering the Los Angeles-based ice creamery's most popular flavors on all outbound flights from the Californian metropolis.
The Coolhaus ice cream flavors aboard JetBlue flights are Tahitian Vanilla Bean, which is made with real Tahitian beans and a hint of Madagascar vanilla; Dirty Mint Chip, which features fresh mint leaf and a hint of brown sugar; and Strawberry Mojito, which is made from fresh strawberry sorbet, mint leaves, and a splash of rum. As with all Coolhaus ice cream, the treats are non-GMO and made with locally sourced ingredients.
JetBlue is Serving Coolhaus Ice Cream Aboard Outbound Flights from LA
1. Aerial Ice Cream Flavors - JetBlue's partnership with Coolhaus ice cream creates a trend of offering unique ice cream experiences during flights.
2. Locally Sourced Ingredients - The increasing trend of using locally sourced ingredients in ice cream production is driven by consumer demand for fresh and sustainable options.
3. Non-gmo Treats - The trend of offering non-GMO ice cream treats satisfies the growing consumer preference for healthier food choices.
1. Airlines - Airlines can capitalize on the trend of offering unique food experiences during flights by partnering with specialty food brands like Coolhaus ice cream.
2. Ice Cream Producers - Ice cream producers can gain a competitive advantage by sourcing locally and promoting their use of non-GMO ingredients, catering to health-conscious consumers.
3. Hospitality - Incorporating unique and flavorful ice cream options into menus can help hotels and resorts attract guests looking for distinctive dining experiences.